Fans can now have Shane Warne on their phones, as Korean mobile games developer Com2uS today announced a Shane Warne Cricket for Mobile game.
The international cricketer has a world-beating reputation for bringing fun to mobile phones – a fact Com2uS has not overlooked.
A Com2uS press release promised the game version of Warne would "entertain all with his off-the-cuff-banter". Users could play as Warne, or against him, in a full one day or a quick, commuter-friendly match.
The game also offered "net practice" -- so users can be sure their player stays in top form during long international tours.
"We look forward to a successful summer for Shane and Shane Warne Cricket for Mobile," said Com2uS senior vice president Henry Yeh.
The game would be available on Java-enabled handsets through major carriers in Australia and the UK from July. It would initially be available for one month exclusively to customers of Hutchison's 3.
Issue: 315 | May 2013
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